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== Markvd said ... ==
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If a time machine is developed your hair will amaze you how far it's grown in let's say 5 years without trimming. :) Directed towards Cat.
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--[[User:Markvd|Markvd]] 05:36, 31 March 2012 (BST)
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== Alive said ... ==
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First I want to congratulate Vibka Wallder for her innovative literary contribution to enlighten Earth human life forms on the topic of hair.
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Second I also want to congratulate Vibka Wallder for her profound courage to highlight the topic of pubic hair removal using mister Billy's informations about this.
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Third I want to give some opinions concerning the pubic hair:
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- The most important reason of pubic hair removal is aesthetical reason. This is the reason that has been moving prostitutes and porn actresses to shave their pubic hair, and it will be the reason for many millenia to come.
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- Pubic hair removal is not an islamic custom. I have intermingled with many moslem women. Only afew of them have shaven twats.
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- A simple hightech underwear provides much better protection than even then most complex pubic hair system. Theoritically anyone who has that kind of underwear does not need his or her pubic hair anymore.
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--[[User:Alive|-- M --]] 06:47, 31 March 2012 (BST)
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== Hawaiian said ... ==
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Alive,
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Based on your extensive experience with unshaven Moslem twats, I would assume going down at the "Y" for some appeitzer would require some degree of safety measures, like wearing safety glasses to prevent eye injury from her pubic hair! Enjoy your meal my friend
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--[[User:Barbarian216|Hawaiian]] 03:13, 1 April 2012 (BST)
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== Alive said ... ==
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Thank you for your practical suggestion, Barbarian. I hope you would get much better experiences than I got with moslem beauties.
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--[[User:Alive|-- M --]] 06:16, 1 April 2012 (BST)
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I was wondering if it is advisable to shave or remove the hair in the armpit. There are a good amount of women that do it, but most men don't. Anyone know what the benefits or negatives would be, besides the aesthetic differences?
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BTW, good article Vibka!
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--[[User:Sanjin|Sanjin]] 00:27, 3 April 2012 (BST)
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Sanjin,
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From the middle of paragraph 3 - "But also the body’s own reasons are important factors, for example, the axilla’s hair is very important for the regulation of sweat in that area and should never be removed."
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The 'axilla' is another name for the armpit.
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--[[User:RemRobinson|RemR]] 22:47, 3 April 2012 (BST)
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== Sanjin said ... ==
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Ah, didn't know that. Thanks!
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--[[User:Sanjin|Sanjin]] 02:25, 4 April 2012 (BST)
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I wonder why humans have sweat and robots don't. I sense an advantage in that regard. At least we do not possess snake like hair like let's say Medusa. :)
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--[[User:Markvd|Markvd]] 05:06, 4 April 2012 (BST)
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Back in the late 60's and through the seventies people seemed more easy going and sang better songs and played better music...hmmmm I wonder...I read the German phrases also to help learn German. I found the word "Krebs" which translates to cancer, but I knew a friend named Krebs when we were kids and the other kids teased him by twisting his name to crabs, or Dale has crabs and the Krebs lived out of town in the country and they had there last name painted on their hip roof barn for all to see from the road, and so the kids called it the crab farm.
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--[[User:Bigfoot|Bigfoot]] 05:04, 5 April 2012 (BST)
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Is there anything mentioned about hair loss? Its really a terrible thing.
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--[[User:John Bank|John Bank]] 10:04, 14 May 2012 (BST)
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== Alive said ... ==
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Which hair?
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--[[User:Alive|-- M --]] 18:45, 14 May 2012 (BST)
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head hair, as in male pattern baldness
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--[[User:John Bank|John Bank]] 09:23, 17 May 2012 (BST)
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Guess not =(
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--[[User:John Bank|John Bank]] 08:21, 30 May 2012 (BST)
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Hi John, I'm pretty sure baldness has everything to do with heredity.  Look at your dad, did he go bald prematurely?  I wouldn't worry about it, there are a lot of nice looking guys with bald heads.  The hair doesn't make the person, it's what's inside that counts.
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--[[User:Sheila|Sheila]] 19:52, 30 May 2012 (BST)
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Yeah only shallow women reject men on the basis of baldness. And you don't want to get involved with a shallow woman, correct? If they want a Brad Pitt or a Pierce Brosnan (did I hear a yuk?!) then they're going to have to wait a long time for him to turn up in their lives! And even then he'll probably not have a compatible or decent personality. An unhappy marriage may then follow and perhaps children begot. Followed by divorce and resulting in  psychologically damaged children who grow up to be unbalanced or perhaps criminal adults who then have a higher chance of following the same or similar path as their parents, repeat ad infinitum!
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--[[User:Jamesm|Jamesm]] 23:48, 30 May 2012 (BST)
 
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Markvd said ...

A lot of people in my family dye their hair, I just think it's a waste of time. I guess it's an image consciousness eveolution of hair development. :) I once shaved as close to my head as possible just so I wouldn't have to spend hours trying to perfect hair style, but the cold weather has somehow forced me to grow my hair once again, I find a little white hairs here and there but I just think of them as advanced receptors that are near there end dangling on my head. I think that's why I notice that people that dye there hair tend to be very aggressive. I don't know if it's the cancer or pain they might feel but there are just so many unnatural products in our civilization. Everyone wants to strike it rich rather than preserving all of mankind and reach a higher evolution of thought where all can succeed.

--Markvd 20:29, 30 March 2012 (BST)

Cat said ...

hmmm although I don't dye my blonde hair, it is extremely slow growing and wonder whether this inhibits my ability to sense or anything. Now if only I had the answer to make it grow faster!!

--Cat 05:11, 31 March 2012 (BST)

Markvd said ...

If a time machine is developed your hair will amaze you how far it's grown in let's say 5 years without trimming. :) Directed towards Cat.

--Markvd 05:36, 31 March 2012 (BST)

Alive said ...

First I want to congratulate Vibka Wallder for her innovative literary contribution to enlighten Earth human life forms on the topic of hair.

Second I also want to congratulate Vibka Wallder for her profound courage to highlight the topic of pubic hair removal using mister Billy's informations about this.

Third I want to give some opinions concerning the pubic hair:

- The most important reason of pubic hair removal is aesthetical reason. This is the reason that has been moving prostitutes and porn actresses to shave their pubic hair, and it will be the reason for many millenia to come.

- Pubic hair removal is not an islamic custom. I have intermingled with many moslem women. Only afew of them have shaven twats.

- A simple hightech underwear provides much better protection than even then most complex pubic hair system. Theoritically anyone who has that kind of underwear does not need his or her pubic hair anymore.



---- M -- 06:47, 31 March 2012 (BST)

Hawaiian said ...

Alive,

Based on your extensive experience with unshaven Moslem twats, I would assume going down at the "Y" for some appeitzer would require some degree of safety measures, like wearing safety glasses to prevent eye injury from her pubic hair! Enjoy your meal my friend

--Hawaiian 03:13, 1 April 2012 (BST)

Alive said ...

Thank you for your practical suggestion, Barbarian. I hope you would get much better experiences than I got with moslem beauties.

---- M -- 06:16, 1 April 2012 (BST)

Sanjin said ...

I was wondering if it is advisable to shave or remove the hair in the armpit. There are a good amount of women that do it, but most men don't. Anyone know what the benefits or negatives would be, besides the aesthetic differences?

BTW, good article Vibka!

--Sanjin 00:27, 3 April 2012 (BST)

RemRobinson said ...

Sanjin, From the middle of paragraph 3 - "But also the body’s own reasons are important factors, for example, the axilla’s hair is very important for the regulation of sweat in that area and should never be removed." The 'axilla' is another name for the armpit.

--RemR 22:47, 3 April 2012 (BST)

Sanjin said ...

Ah, didn't know that. Thanks!

--Sanjin 02:25, 4 April 2012 (BST)

Markvd said ...

I wonder why humans have sweat and robots don't. I sense an advantage in that regard. At least we do not possess snake like hair like let's say Medusa. :)

--Markvd 05:06, 4 April 2012 (BST)

Bigfoot said ...

Back in the late 60's and through the seventies people seemed more easy going and sang better songs and played better music...hmmmm I wonder...I read the German phrases also to help learn German. I found the word "Krebs" which translates to cancer, but I knew a friend named Krebs when we were kids and the other kids teased him by twisting his name to crabs, or Dale has crabs and the Krebs lived out of town in the country and they had there last name painted on their hip roof barn for all to see from the road, and so the kids called it the crab farm.

--Bigfoot 05:04, 5 April 2012 (BST)

John Bank said ...

Is there anything mentioned about hair loss? Its really a terrible thing.

--John Bank 10:04, 14 May 2012 (BST)

Alive said ...

Which hair?

---- M -- 18:45, 14 May 2012 (BST)

John Bank said ...

head hair, as in male pattern baldness

--John Bank 09:23, 17 May 2012 (BST)

John Bank said ...

Guess not =(

--John Bank 08:21, 30 May 2012 (BST)

Sheila said ...

Hi John, I'm pretty sure baldness has everything to do with heredity. Look at your dad, did he go bald prematurely? I wouldn't worry about it, there are a lot of nice looking guys with bald heads. The hair doesn't make the person, it's what's inside that counts.

--Sheila 19:52, 30 May 2012 (BST)

Jamesm said ...

Yeah only shallow women reject men on the basis of baldness. And you don't want to get involved with a shallow woman, correct? If they want a Brad Pitt or a Pierce Brosnan (did I hear a yuk?!) then they're going to have to wait a long time for him to turn up in their lives! And even then he'll probably not have a compatible or decent personality. An unhappy marriage may then follow and perhaps children begot. Followed by divorce and resulting in psychologically damaged children who grow up to be unbalanced or perhaps criminal adults who then have a higher chance of following the same or similar path as their parents, repeat ad infinitum!

--Jamesm 23:48, 30 May 2012 (BST)